Over a thousand paddlers in teams of six from around the world will test the limits of their strength and endurance against extreme elements over the 41 miles of the Kaiwi Channel between the islands of Molokai and Oahu at the 2018 Hawaiian Airlines Moloka‘i Hoe, the men’s World Championships of Outrigger Canoe.
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Red Bull Wa’a, a crew of paddlers from Hawaii and Tahiti, won the 2017 Hawaiian Airlines Molokai Hoe with a finishing time of 4:50:02. It was the first win at Moloka’I Hoe by a home based crew since 2005. If you missed the live broadcast of this prestigious competition, there’s still time to watch a video recording. Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or the post on the video player below ↓
Weather created some challenges, but the race was on and ultra-competitive. If you missed the live broadcast of the 2017 Sydney Harbour Challenge, there’s still time to watch a video recording of the competition. Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button on the video player below ↓
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